How Hill Secret Gardens
The renowned How Hill secret gardens will be open every weekend from the end of May through to October. From July until September, the gardens are free to visit but we do encourage donations – all monies raised go directly to the upkeep of the gardens.
Our tearoom will also be open every weekend, opening on Saturday 23rd May until the end of September plus some weekends during the winter months, from 11am to 4pm, for teas, coffees, homemade sandwiches and homemade cakes.
Pets Not Accepted
<img src="https://www.norfolkbroads.com/media/shapes/original/x-large/6000/6194/norfolk-broads-1140-x-281-1.jpg" alt="Norfolk Broads 1140 X 281 1" title="Norfolk Broads 1140 X 281 1"> Fairhaven <img src="https://www.norfolkbroads.com/media/shapes/original/large/4000/4828/pilgrims-to-st-benets-abbey-ludham.jpg" alt="Pilgrims To St Benets Abbey Ludham" title="Pilgrims To St Benets Abbey Ludham"> St Benet's Abbey Free entry. Ruins of a monastery founded by King Canute in 1020 AD. Access from the River Bure or farm track from the minor road off A1062. <img src="https://www.norfolkbroads.com/media/shapes/original/x-large/4000/4642/reeds.jpg" alt="Reeds" title="Reeds"> Horning Marshes Horning Marshes alongside the River Ant have moorings to the north side of Ludham Bridge moorings, with space allocated to sailing boats needing to lower their masts <img src="https://www.norfolkbroads.com/media/shapes/original/x-large/5000/5723/hunters-yard-slider-31.png" alt="Hunters Yard Slider 31" title="Hunters Yard Slider 31"> Hunter Fleet Hunters Fleet consists of 1930's traditional mahogany cabin yachts and half decker sailing yachts a perfect way to enjoy a sailing holiday on the Broads <img src="https://www.norfolkbroads.com/media/shapes/original/x-large/4000/4637/st-benets-abbey-ruins.jpg" alt="St Benets Abbey Ruins" title="St Benets Abbey Ruins"> St Benet's Moorings St Benet's Abbey Moorings line the bank of the River Bure just past the confluence with the River Ant. Beautiful views over the marshes and the Abbey to explore